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Atomic Monkey Entertainment Announces Release of Joint Venture Program, ““Anime Say You Radio Ani Raji”Dec 2nd 2013
“Anime Say You Ani Raji” Show Coming to Crunchyroll on December 6th, 2013!
Burbank, CA, November 29, 2013— “Anime Say You Radio Ani Raji” — Today, Atomic Monkey Entertainment announced the release of a brand new joint venture program, “Anime Say You Radio Ani Raji”by UCT through Crunchyroll starting December 6th, 2013.
“'Anime Say You Ani Raji' is a very new concept program. I believe this is the first kind in the world.” said Kazuo Kiuchi, Chief Operation Officer and Executive Producer at Atomic Monkey Entertainment. “The host of this show is the famous voice actors in the United States. Production is done in a studio in Los Angeles, California. We provide the latest news from Japanese Anime, the world of voice actors and pop-culture from Japan to a global audience.”
Audiences from around the world will see Anime productions, voice actors, and Japanese culture icons being interviewed by our host. This show also includes event reporting, introduction to the latest Anime Goods and Game Cards, a Q & A session, and a special corner created by our host/co-producer, Crispin Freeman.
“Anime Say You Radio Ani Raji” Program
“Anime Say You Radio Ani Raji” will be launching on December 6th, 2013 at 8:00pm UCT online at http://crunchyroll.com and Niconico Douga, Radio Osaka Channel at http://ch.nicovideo.jp/obc1314, available in English, Spanish (subtitled) and Protégées (subtitled). “Anime Say You Radio Ani Raji” will be released on every first and third Friday (twice per month) for 30 minutes per episode.
Atomic Monkey Entertainment has an established career for over 10 years and is Japan's leader in the anime and video game industry specializing in voice talent management, music projects/works, event planning, and management of a voice over training school. As a specialized agent for Japanese voice actors, Atomic Monkey International holdings was established in 2011 and has begun to expand internationally, establishing subsidiaries in Beijing, Shanghai, France and Los Angeles.